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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Rationale LCD video projectors are rapidly becoming standard fixtures in many schools across the U.S. Teamed with a computer, DVD player or other media device, the LCD projector displays clear, high-resolution images and video to a classroom of students. Schools use them to replace traditional film and overhead projectors as well as to develop new applications. E ducators find chalkboards to be a thing in the past with projectors being used in the classroom. Writing notes on the chalkboard and dealing with the chalk dust when being erased are common disadvantages of using one. In addition, teachers had to spend time writing on the board as well as erasing information due to limited space which makes the use of projectors as a more convenient way to teach. However, projectors are large, bulky and usually require a large amount of electricity for it to work. With the advancement of technology and decreasing attention span of students,

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